St. Luke’s Angel Tree will be up in the Sanctuary doorway on Sunday, November 22, and gifts should be returned by Dec 13. If you are not able to be here physically but would like to participate, please call the church office, and we will get an angel to you or even shop for you. We normally receive about 100 angels from local charities. This year, because of Covid19, the need may even be greater. We will need as many people as possible to help us make this Christmas holiday a happy one for the children in our community.
As part of our Angel Tree Outreach, St. Luke’s works together with our St. Luke’s Children’s Center, Eagle Harbor Boys Ranch, Dorchester Children’s Center, and Dorchester Board of Disabilities.
Each year during Advent, we set up an Angel Tree in the the entryway to our church with gift requests from children in need, whose parents have been incarcerated, and who would otherwise have nothing for Christmas. This is such a meaningful time each year, as we share God’s love with them. Find out more about Angel Tree Ministry as it connects to Prison Fellowship Ministry and how it impacts local families by clicking here: Angel Tree.
How can you take part in this important ministry?
- Choose an angel from our Angel Tree, and return your wrapped gift by December 13th.
- If you are unable to leave your home, consider donating money toward a gift.
- Enjoy knowing that a child in our area is having a better Christmas because of you.